Located at the historic river crossing on US83 six miles north of Wellington is Pioneer Park, is a Kiosk provided by the Texas Highway Department that commemorates the 1939 truss bridge. It also tells the history of the road system of Collingsworth County and the Plunge of Bonnie and Clyde into the Salt Fork of Red River.
Located nearby is a giant Comanche arrow marking the trail of the Comanche Indians. Texas Historical Markers for the Bonnie and Clyde plunge into Salt Fork of Red River and for the Rocking Chair Ranche are also in this park.
Campsites are available to accommodate recreational vehicles of all sizes.